##### Geometry Vocab Chapter 2

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Inductive reasoning

reasoning that uses a number of specific examples to arrive at a conclusion
Ex: 8:30a.m.-> 9:45a.m.-> 11:00a.m.-> 12:15a.m.

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conjecture

a concluding statement reached using inductive reasoning
Ex: The show time is one hour and fifteen minutes greater than the previous show time. The next show will be 12:15p.m.+1:15 or 1:30

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counterexample

a false example to how that a conjecture is not true
Ex: If n is a real number, then n(2)>n
COUNTEREXAMPLE: the conjecture is false, since 1(2)is not greater then 1

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statement

a sentence that is either true or false
Ex: My dads car is green

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truth value

that of a statement in which is true or false
Ex: A rectangle is a quadrilateral

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negation

of a statement that has the opposite meaning, as well as the opposite value
Ex:a rectangle is not a quadrilateral

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compound statement

two or more statements joined by the word and or or
Ex: A rectangle is a quadrilateral, and a rectangle is convex

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conjunction

a compound statement using the word and; only true when both statements that form it are true
Ex: A rectangle is a quadrilateral, and a rectangle is convex

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disjunction

a compound statement that uses the word or
Ex: Jesse studies Geometry, or Jesse studies chemistry

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truth table

used to determine truth values of negations and compound statements
Ex: p -p
T F
F T

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conditional statement

a statement that can be written in if-then form
Ex: If you would like to speak to a representative, then you will press 0 now

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if-then statement

the form of if p, then q
Ex: If it rains, then we will not go outside

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hypothesis

the phrase immediately following the word if
Ex: it rains

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conclusion

the phrase immediately following the word then
Ex: we will not go outside

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related conditionals

statements based on a given conditional statement
Ex: based on given conditional statements

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converse

formed by exchanging the hypothesis and conclusion of the conditional
Ex: If <A is an acute angle, then m<A is 35

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inverse

formed by negating both the hypothesis and conclusion
Ex: I m<A is not 35, then <A is not an acute angle

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contrapositive

formed by negating both the hypothesis and conclusion of the converse of the conditional
Ex: If <A is not an acute angle, then m<A is not 35

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logically equivalent

statements with the same truth values
Ex: If I wake up early, then I will take a shower

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deductive reasoning

uses facts, rules definitions, or properties to reach logical conclusions from given statements
Ex: It is a complementary angle because the sides add up to 90 degrees

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postulate

a statement that is accepted as true without proof
Ex: Through any two points, there is exactly one line

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axiom

a statement that is accepted as true without proof
Ex: Through any two points, there is exactly one line

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proof

a logical argument in which each statement you make is supported by a statement that is accepted as true

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theorem

a statement or conjecture that has been proven; can be used as a reason to justify statements in other words
Ex: equation

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deductive argument

formed by a logical chain of statements linking the given to what you are trying to prove
Ex: Given(Hypothesis)->Statements and Reasons->Prove(Conclusion)

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paragraph proof

a paragraph explaining why a conjecture for a given statement is true

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informal proof

a paragraph explaining why a conjecture for a given statement is true

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algebraic proof

a proof that is made up of a series of algebraic statements
Ex: Distributive Property, Substitution Property, Division property

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two-column proof

contains statements and reasons organized in two columns
Ex: Statements Reasons
C=13 Given

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formal proof

contains statements and reasons organized in two columns
Ex: Statements Reasons
C=13 Given

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Ruler Postulate

The points on any line or line segment can be put into one to one correspondence with real numbers.

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If A, B, and C are collinear, then point B is between A and C if and only if AB + BC = AC.

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Reflexive Property of Congruence

AB is congruent to AB

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Symmetric Property of Congruence

If AB is congruent to CD, then CD is congruent to AB

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Transitive Property of Congruence

If AB is congruent to CD and CD is congruent to EF, then AB is congruent to EF.

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Protractor Postulate

Given any angle, the measure can be put into one to one correspondence with real numbers between the numbers 0 and 180

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m<ABD + m<DBC = m<ABC

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Supplement Theorem

If two angles form a linear pair, then they are supplementary angles
Ex: m<1 + m<2 = 180

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Complement Theorem

If the non-common sides of two adjacent angles form a right angle, then the angles are complementary angles
Ex: m<1 + m<2 = 90

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Congruent Supplements Theorem

Angles supplementary to the same angle or to congruent angles are congruent
Ex: If m<1 + m<2 = 180 and m<2 + m<3 = 180, then <1 is congruent to <3.

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Congruent Complements Theorem

Angles complementary to the same angle or to congruent angles are congruent.
Ex: If <m4 + m<5 = 90 and m<5 + m<6 = 90, then <4 is congruent to <6

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Vertical Angles Theorem

If two angles are vertical angles then they are congruent
Ex: <1 is congruent to <3 and <2 is congruent to <4

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Right Angle Theorems

Perpendicular lines intersect to form four right angles
Ex: if AC is perpendicular to DB, then <1, <2, <3, and <4 are right angles.

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Right Angle Theorems

All right angles are congruent
Ex: if <1, <2, <3, and <4 are right angles, then <1 is congruent to <2 is congruent to <3 is congruent to <4

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Right Angle Theorems

Perpendicular lines form congruent adjacent angles
Ex: If AC is perpendicular to DB, then <1 is congruent to <2, <2 is congruent to <4, <3 is congruent to <4 and <1 is congruent to <3

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Right Angle Theorems

If two angles are congruent and supplementary, then each angle is a right angle
Ex: if <5 is congruent to <6 and <5 is supplementary to <6, then <5 and <6 are right angles

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Right Angle Theorems

If two congruent angles form a linear pair, then they are right angles
Ex: if <7 and <8 form a linear pair, then <7 and <8 are right angles

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